Gelderland also has a rich cultural heritage with numerous castles throughout the province that tell stories from centuries ago. Among them are Huis Doorn, an impressive 14th century castle where Emperor Wilhelm II lived until his death in 1941; Kasteel Amerongen in the municipality of Utrechtse Heuvelrug; and Castle de Haar near Utrecht where Queen Beatrix held her wedding reception in 1966.
For those looking for more modern attractions there are plenty as well - including Apenheul Primate Park near Apeldoorn which is home to some 600 primates from over 60 different species! Visitors can take guided tours or enjoy watching shows performed by animal actors!
Cities in Gelderland
Arnhem, Ermelo, Ede, Nunspeet, Westervoort, Putten, Velp, Doetinchem, Elst, Aalten, Apeldoorn, Berkelland, Lichtenvoorde, Harderwijk, Zutphen, Epe, Duiven, Wageningen, Wijchen, Brummen, Druten, Winterswijk, Beuningen, Tiel, Nijmegen, Groesbeek, Zevenaar, Nijkerk, Zaltbommel, Elburg, Geldermalsen, Heerde, Gendringen, Horst, Culemborg, Barneveld, Oldebroek, Voorst, Wisch, Lindenholt